K-12 Mathematics Workshops

K-12 Mathematics Workshops

For Elementary, Middle, and High School Teachers

arranged by Joseph G. Rosenstein and Neil D. Cooperman

sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (AMTNJ)

with the cooperation of DIMACS, the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical

Computer Science,

and the Rutgers Department of Mathematics

Would you like to:

– Better prepare your students for NJ’s statewide assessments?

– Engage your students in the lessons that you teach?

– Learn more mathematics content that is relevant to your classroom?

– Incorporate standards-based hands-on activities that motivate your students?

– Relate what you are doing in the classroom to “real world” applications?

Several highly interactive, one-day professional development workshops for elementary, middle, and high school math teachers are offered each school year. These workshops address a broad range of topics that are applicable to all curricula taught by teachers of mathematics.

These workshops are sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (AMTNJ) with the cooperation of DIMACS (the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) and the Rutgers Department of Mathematics.

All workshops are connected to New Jersey’s state standards in mathematics. All of these workshops will help you better prepare students for the statewide assessments and provide the resources and knowledge that you need to generate new and exciting standards-based lessons.

For more information on the 2018-2019 Mathematics Workshops, click below:

Workshops for Elementary School Teachers

Workshops for Middle School Teachers

Workshops for High School Teachers

To register online, click on this link.To access the paper form, click here.